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NUTRITION – THE GUT


Hello Followers,


It’s a new year and the 4th day of January, the universe loves a believer; everything is possible if you believe. Imagine with your entire mind. Believe with all your heart. Achieve with all you might.



You just have to believe and you are halfway there. God helps those who help themselves and you can only help yourself if you believe in yourself. To achieve something in life, first, you have to believe in yourself. Trust your instincts, if you do not believe in yourself, no one will believe in you.


The above words are close to my heart, I made it through the tenth year after being diagnosed with breast cancer. I turned a milestone by treating my cancer with natural and scientific approaches without surgery, chemo and radiation. I believe if you imagine with your entire mind and believe in other methods, its possible to keep healthy and manage cancer or any other disease.



First, you have to have your own belief in yourself, everyone else comes after and it does not matter if they believe in you or not. It is up to you. Good things come to those who believe, better things come to those who are patient and the best things come to those who do not give up.


So do not give up. If you believe in yourself, anything is possible. Happiness comes when you believe in what you are doing, know what you are doing, and love what you are doing.


The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. We are what we believe we are and that is what we become. The only limits you have is the limits of belief.



Always believe in yourself. Listen to your heart, trust your instincts, and know you can see your own strength. Dream it, dare it, do what you are afraid of, and keep the faith. You just have to believe and you can even do the things that scare you the most. Fear can never be the solution to anything, follow your vision, and remember anything is possible if you only believe.



Last year I finished with nutrition, I would like to continue with THE GUT. How many of you know that our GUT has a lot to do with diseases and how we feel! Learn why your relationship with your gut and your gut health is more important for your health and well-being than you may realize.


This article below is going to show you why!!


By Ocean Robbins • Adapted from Ocean Robbins’ forthcoming book 31-Day Food Revolution (Grand Central Life & Style, February 5, 2019)


Deep in your gut, 40 trillion chemists are hard at work helping you digest your meals, making essential nutrients you can’t produce on your own, protecting you from disease, and even shaping which parts of your DNA manifest and which remain dormant.



These talented creatures are fungi, bacteria, and other single-celled organisms. And they are a bigger part of who you are than you have probably ever imagined!


While your body includes about 22,000 human genes, it also hosts as many as two trillion microbial genes that are technically not “you,” but rather benevolent guests working in exquisite harmony with your body. Some of these microbe’s flourish on your skin, but the vast majority take up residence in your digestive tract.


https://www.bitchute.com/video/2pkGjRmFLwAQ/


We hear a lot about vaccines, but what if the real threat is something as seemingly innocuous as a tomato? Scientists are "Pharming" tomatoes that will act as "edible coronavirus vaccines," as we are told that GMO is mandatory in this "new normal." The ultimate goal, they admit, is to modify the genetics of the consumer.


Is food the ultimate delivery mechanism to achieve a GMO trans-human future? Every aspect of the food supply chain is being destroyed and perverted, and you must start growing your own food for your family.


"You are what you eat." / "Let thy food be thy medicine."



Study of the microbiome — the community of microorganisms living inside your body — could well be the most compelling frontier of health science.


The digestive process breaks down food and beverage particles so that your body can absorb the nutrients it wants and excrete the rest. Trillions of organisms join in the effort.


These microbes also play a critical role in shaping your appetite, allergies, metabolism, and neurological function. In fact, scientists have found that gut bacteria produce neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, and GABA, all of which play a key role in determining your mood.


Studies suggest that your gut microbiota may factor into your risk of developing neuropsychiatric illnesses like schizophrenia, ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and chronic fatigue syndrome.



In other words, the bacteria living in your gut have a huge impact on the way you feel.


There’s an often-told story, reportedly from Cherokee folklore, about a Cherokee elder who is teaching his grandson about life.


“A fight is going on inside me,” he says to the boy. “It’s a terrible fight between two wolves.


One is evil — he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, lies, false pride, and ego.


The other is good — he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, empathy, generosity, truth, and compassion. The same fight is going on inside you — and inside every other person, too.”


The grandson thinks for a minute and then asks, “Which wolf will win?”


The old Cherokee replies, “The one you feed.”


When it comes to the bacteria in your gut, every time you eat, you are feeding somebody.

Unfortunately, the modern industrialized diet is all too often feeding the bad guys and, just as important, starving the good.


To put it simply, “bad” bacteria tend to feed on sugar and unhealthy fats (yes, I’m talking about you, junk food!). And the single most important nutrient that good bacteria need to thrive inside you is fiber.


When they have plenty of fiber, they can do their job — and your digestion, mental function, and even your mood reap the benefits.



It’s clear that fiber is critical to gut health. But less than 5% of Americans get the recommended 25 to 30 grams per day.


It’s estimated that our Paleolithic ancestors got an average of up to 100 grams per day. Compare that to the average Brit, who gets only 18 grams per day, and the average American, who gets even less — just 15.


Most of us are literally starving the good bacteria that would, if we only gave them the chance, be digesting our food and making the brain-boosting chemicals we need to thrive.


JANUARY 4️⃣the - FOURTH DAY OF THE NEW YEAR


Jan 4th - January brings the snow, makes our feet and fingers glow. #inspiration#motivation#january4th


Until next time, you know what the issue is with this world? Everyone wants a magical solution to their problem, and everyone refuses to believe in magic. Have a great beginning of a new year.


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